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Commitments and progress Carbon negative Microsoft is committed to be a carbon negative company by 2030. To achieve this, we are improving efficiency in our operations, devices, and supply chain; we are delivering technology to help our customers measure and manage their carbon emissions more effectively; and we are breaking new ground with carbon removal purchases and investments to help develop the crucial, nascent carbon reduction market. Find out more here Our commitments Carbon negative By 2030, we will be carbon negative, and by 2050, we will remove our historical emissions since we were founded in 1975. Reduce direct emissions We will reduce our Scope 1 and 2 emissions to near zero by 2025 through energy efficiency work and by reaching 100 percent renewable energy. Replace with 100/100/0 carbon free energy By 2030, 100 percent of our electricity consumption will be matched by zero carbon energy purchases 100 percent of the time. Reduce value chain emissions By 2030, we will reduce our Scope 3 emissions by more than half from a 2020 baseline. Remove the rest of our emissions By 2030, we will remove more carbon than we emit. By 2050, we ́ll remove an equivalent amount of carbon to all our historical emissions. Our progress 2.5M tons Contracted for 2.5M metric tons of carbon removal in FY21 and FY22 5.8 GW Signed new PPAs for 5.8 GW of renewable energy in FY21 New tools Launched the Microsoft Cloud for Sustainability 87% 87% of in-scope suppliers reported emissions to CDP Water positive Microsoft is committed to be a water positive company by 2030. To achieve this, we will continue our water stewardship work across our operations, building on the steps taken to reduce the water consumption in our datacenters and campuses over the past decade. In addition to reductions, we aim to become water positive through expanding access to clean water and replenishment projects. Find out more here Our commitments Water positive By 2030, we will replenish more water than we use. We will reduce the water intensity of our direct operations and replenish in water-stressed regions where we work. Reduce water waste in datacenter operations By 2024, we will reduce water waste in our datacenter operations by 95 percent. Increase access to water We will provide 1.5 million more people with access to clean water and sanitization services. Our progress 1.3M m 3 Invested in replenishment projects expected to generate 1.3M cubic meters of water benefits >95K Provided 95K people with access to water via our partnership with Water.org U.S. Water Prize Awarded U.S. Water Prize for Outstanding Private Sector Organization 670M Delivered 670M liters of water benefits per year via programs with Water.org 11 Water positive Microsoft is committed to be a water positive company by 2030. To achieve this, we will continue our water stewardship work across our operations, building on the steps taken to reduce the water consumption in our datacenters and campuses over the past decade. In addition to reductions, we aim to become water positive through expanding access to clean water and replenishment projects. Find out more here

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